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ColdRock

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About ColdRock

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  • Birthday 18/04/1983

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    Rockdale

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    Wanderers
  • Other Teams
    Liverpool, Bucket Hat Master Race

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  1. Nah was thinking more of A League crosses come shots
  2. Blowing a gale tomorrow in Perth, might jag an upset
  3. I'm landing 3pm. I'll get a cab to the Beatty Park Leisure Centre to soak in the spa, then walk to the Brisbane if you're still there
  4. Honestly, the Nike design team needs to be euthanised. The dross they're dishing up year after year suggests they're suffering from considerable pain. Light years away from Stuttgarts jerseys
  5. Very cloak and dagger stuff from the people's club at the moment. You get more candour from that orange mouth in the White House than this mob
  6. FLARES AT THE CYCLING!!!!! DUTCH FANS BLAMED!!!! They'll have to ban Dutch fans from the next stage, deduct points from Dutch riders. When will they stop giving the media ammunition to attack them with? Surely the sponsors will walk away. It's time a threatening email is sent to these hools. Graham Arnold's wife and daughter won't be coming to cycling from now on. Oh what a state the sport is in.
  7. Daily Terror has a Fox Sports BBL draw wall chart. Their first match, Dec 19.
  8. They're determined to prove non football people can be converted. Despite what they're being told by stakeholders, history, yield and non football people. They're adamant that if you can find a bit of fluff or tinsel big enough, one can catch and hold the attention of the general passer by.
  9. I can see it now. Bolt is starting left wing, waiting for someone dressed as Darth Vader to put the ball down for kickoff. It's a must win home game for the struggling Gosford based club, on a wet and windy Geelong afternoon.
  10. Completely different worlds. The parrot and his challenged mate are simply perpetuating a half baked narrative invented by corporates from insecure rival codes. A prophecy was cooked up that, inspite of glaring differences between Australia and these countries, crowd violence would escalate from what Australian sport is used to, to the horrors seen during world news segments. What they gloss over is the fact these countries have seen their governments collapse into absolute disarray, with social order no longer present. In fact, North African countries have seen "ultras" and "active support" rise up through the chaos to become some of the few cohesive and functioning, though still quite violent, forms of govermment in the region. Australia lacks the basic elements for such manic scenes to manifest themselves due to a simple football match. In fact, the last time such scenes were witnessed here, was when these custodians of decent society, incited a race riot across the south of Sydney. A scuffle, not unlike those seen at A League matches, had long since ended with the antagonisers being pursued by authorities. When out of this relative quiet comes these boofheads and their ilk demanding retaliation. Compare those days of terror to the glasses and smoke bombs being tossed around for 20 min in Melbourne that day.
  11. Just watched two videos of Newcastle United fans singing during and after a loss at Goodison park. Watching fans in love with their unsteady club, their mid table team, their journeyman manager, shows how far we've fallen. Love to lay it all at the feet of our management, but things were going bad when they took over. Popa's attitude was deteriorating, word was getting round that we were a tinpot club behind closed doors, fans were turning on each other. It was only a matter of time until what was festering beneath the facade would bubble through to the light of day. Some love needs to be restored to the club and soon. Watching our management scurry about trying to paint over cracks tells me they need an attitude adjustment before things bottom out. You can laugh when a Newcastle fan punches a horse or Ashley tries to sell the naming rights of the stadium. You won't see Wanderers fans singing joyfully about the Allianz canteen during and after a loss away to the Jets
  12. I think he deserves a pass. The way he was mirroring some of the comments and opinions of our own fans, some of them on this forum, it opened up so many avenues for discussion. One I spyed was the constant reference "the soccer was great". Can someone quote such a reference being elaborated upon? We are often told "the soccer was great, I had a good time, the noise was good, loved the atmosphere". Has anyone followed that up with analysis of the actual match? Was the game flowing? Were there tactical talking points? Was the passing up to standard? It always seems to be a stand alone swipe at active support and how it's redundant. What did you find "good" about the match? Was it just the fun you had hanging sh1t on Aloisi? Is it because we won? We are constantly told the league is fine without active support, but we rarely hear what pillar of stability is keeping the league healthy should active support be snuffed out all together
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